Trends Spring / Summer

Trends Spring / Summer

The first major fashion shows in the fashion capitals are over. The flurry of flashlights continues on its way; the stars and models have been whisked away in their limousines – and what remains?  Quite evidently: the fashion trends for 2015. The first ideas are wafting from the catwalks of haute couture into modest fashion outlets in shopping malls and setting the first fashion trends for 2015. But what filters through isn’t always true to the original. The extravagant creations of the fashion designers from Milan and Paris aren’t always suitable for everyday wear, either. But for those with “normal” tastes, there’s a whole lot there that’s fresh and exciting. These fashion trends thus trigger umpteen new ideas. Naturally, we’ve taken a closer look at this and formulated our own thoughts on the subject. The fabric trends for 2015 are a result of this.

Here, you’ll learn about the trends for spring and summer 2015.

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Trends Spring / Summer

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In our “Fashion fabrics” section, we have put together the fabric trends for the coming months, like we do every year, so that you can follow every fashion trend that’s out there! Here, we offer you the option of simply recreating the fashion trends for spring and summer 2015 using our high-quality fabrics. This, of course, has a compelling advantage. You decide for yourself what kind of fashion statement you’ll make in spring and summer 2015! Get inspired by the fashion trend, but add your own personal touch. But you can also choose to simply expand your colour palette. Thus, one of the fashion trends for 2015 focuses upon the colour white. But doesn’t it every year? Create your own accents by adding another few dashes of colour, or even elements of printed fabric, sourced from our extensive palette. Our trend for 2015 is the same as it is every year: You do it best when you do it yourself!

Seventies


One of the fashion trends for spring and summer 2015 is old hat. Yes, they’re here again: the good old seventies. The hippy look is doing the rounds and wearing flares will be an absolute must in 2015. Bit it doesn’t just stop at flares. Wraparound, patchwork-style skirts are making a comeback, too. But it’s not just the cut that’s a highlight in spring and summer 2015; it’s also the motifs prevalent in the seventies that are being reproduced as prints. That’s why we had no choice but to devote an entire section just to the “Seventies”.

Metallic


In spring and summer 2015, the metallic look, specifically used in accessories, is going to be the cynosure of all eyes! With accessories in gold, silver or bronze, you definitely won’t be ignored! But metallic-look trousers and jackets can make an impact, too. This fashion trend can also be boldly combined with a further trend. A metallic-look jumpsuit… Whoa!

 

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